Hudson - Litchfield News | April 27, 2012 - 19 Real Estate OPEN HOUSE Sun. April 29th 12-2pm
14 Muldoon Street Hudson, NH 03051
Spacious 4 bedroom Colonial in
So. Hudson comes with a 4000 sq ft, 3 car garage/workshop.
Dir: Rte 3A (Lowell Rd) to River Road, right on Chalifoux, right on to Muldoon
- House on the left
603-883-8400 ext .314
Giaquinto at 603-548-9434 or
BAE Systems generated an economic impact of more than $586 million in New Hampshire during 2011. This figure reflects $491 million in direct payroll to 4,515 employees in the Granite State. The company’s financial impact also includes over $90 million awarded for subcontracts and purchase orders to more than 400 suppliers throughout the state. BAE Systems suppliers are located in 60 differ- ent cities and towns in New Hampshire with 71 of these companies providing business services in excess of $100,000. “BAE Systems is proud of its New Hampshire heritage which dates back 60 years,” said Tom Arseneault, president of BAE Systems Electronic Systems sector. “As the largest manu- facturer in the state, we are pleased to continue to provide critical tech- nology and systems to our customers and make a positive impact on the Granite State’s economy.” The company and its employees also contributed $2.4 million in cash and in-kind services to area civic, charitable, and educational institu- tions during 2011. Employee contri- butions to New Hampshire charities included more than $1.5 million to support local United Way campaigns and other employee-specified chari- ties. The largest corporate contribu- tion was $100,000 to support the
Real Estate New Listing! MLS# 4149512 $289,900 BAE Systems Boosts New Hampshire Economy By $586 Million In 2011
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord, New Hampshire. BAE Systems employees volunteer their time to many community organizations. The largest volunteer effort in 2011 was in support of the FIRST ® Robotics BAE Systems Granite State Regional competition in Manchester. Employees logged more than 3,500 hours last year to support the annual event which helps students discover the rewards and excitement of science, engineering, and technology.
Open House - Sunday, April 29th - 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. The Perfect Property for an In-Home Business!
Find Out What Your House Is Worth!!! Spring Is the Best Time to Sell!
Call Today For A Free Market Analysis Feature your home. 880-1516
2 Winnhaven Dr, Hudson, NH
Call For A Free Foreclosure List Today!!!
Feature your home. 880-1516
Call for mortgage pre-approval at 886-1980
Licensed by the NH Banking Dept. NMLS ID# 131782
Ken Ziehm Would you like to know what your home is worth?
FREE Market Analysis Call “DJ” Clement, she has the “right spin” on all
your real estate needs! RE/MAX Properties
Cell 603-765-9797 Office 603-589-2397 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.djclement.com
Stage Today… Sell Tomorrow Preparing Homes before the “For Sale” sign goes up.
Enormous 26 x 26 family room designed with in-home business in mind Easy access - right on Mammoth Road - ideal location close to MA. and all areas of So. NH. Separate front entrances for family and business- $379,900.
Please contact the owners, Jerry and Marie Mayotte 603-475-9848; 978-758-6888; 603-883-4100
Home Consultations Furniture and Decor Leasing packages. Model Home Design
Brenda Douglas, Professional Home Stager 603-801-2283, StagedWorks@hotmail.com
by Marc Ayotte The Campbell boys’ and girls’ track and field teams participated in two meets this past week. On Thursday, April 19, the Cougars traveled to Gilford to compete in a seven-school meet. Once again the Cougars pulled off the daily double with both the boys’ and girls’ team bringing a victory back to Litchfield; team point totals were not available at press time. Two days later Campbell traveled to compete in a non-scoring event at the Merrimack Valley Invite, with the top three individual finishers receiving medals. At Gilford, the boys’ team victory was sparked by a half dozen, individual first place performances. Jacob Morgan and Dan Simard led the way; each winning two events. Morgan jumped his way into the triple jump winner’s circle with a distance of 36 feet 5 inches. Showing his versatility, Morgan also captured the gold in a track event, taking the 800-meter in a time of 2:17.18. Simard ruled in his two field events, once again powering his way to firs place in the discus (109 feet 7 inches) and the shot put (38 feet 10 inches). Sean Munnelly used his time of 55.82, seconds in the 400 meter to garner the first place award while teammate Ben Billings was again impressive in the 300 hurdles, leaping his way to victory in a time of 48.01. The Lady Cougars received a handful of
individual first place finishes in capturing the team award. Savannah Cavanaugh’s time of 28
Hudson~Litchfield Sports Hudson~Litchfield Sports
Campbell Track Keeps Running Strong
1/22 allowed her to run away with first place in the 200 meter. The Javelin was once again dominated by Laura Whittick, as she tossed the spear a distance of 85 feet 2 inches. Olivia Planty continued her strong showings in the triple jump, turning many recent, second and, third place finishes into a first place finish, compliments of her 31 feet 1 inch jump. No stranger to the top spot in the 300 hurdles, senior Ashley Gannon continued her winning way, grabbing the event in 51.77, seconds. Brianna Silick took first place for Campbell in the long jump with a distance of 15 feet 5 inches.
Other notable finishes for the boys were: 100 meters - Jacob Mercier, fourth, 12.3, 4x100 Relay 46.9; Javelin - Tyler Griffin 127 feet 5 1/2 inches; Triple Jump - Jon Donaghey, second, 35 feet 5.25 inches, Brendan O’Brien, fourth, 35 feet 2 1/2 inches; Discus - Jordan Lang, sixth, 98 feet 8 inches; 800 meter - Jon Donaghey, second, 2:23.01, Ryan Francis, sixth, 2:38.86; 200 meter - Jacob Mercier, third, 24.44, Jessy Lamontagne, fifth, 26.18; Shot Put - Tyler Griffin, sixth, 34 feet; 400 meter - Lucas Dube, second, 56.72, Craig Schultz, third, 57.2; 1600 meter - Nick Sturzo, second, 4:59 1/28, Sean Munnelly, third, 5:09.04, Nathan Helie, fourth, 5:11.42, Chris Beauregard, sixth, 5:22.02.
Also scoring for the girls were: 200 meter - Kiley Bourque, second, 29.11, Sarah Nolan, fifth, 30.65; 100 meter - Savannah Cavanaugh, second,
Gymnasts Finish Strong at States
13.6, Kiley Bourque, sixth, 14.3; Shot put - Jess Belzil, fifth, 24 feet 2 inches; 400 meter - Christina Minervini, third, 1:05.3, Caitlin Heaton, fifth, 1:08.41, Kaitlin Gannon, sixth, 1:09.47; High Jump - Brianna Silick, second, 4 feet 6 inches, Kiley Bourque, fourth, 4 feet 6 inches, Sarah Nolan, sixth, 4 feet 4 inches; 300 Hurdles - Michelle Pomerleau, third, 53.88; Discus - Bionka Pouliot, second, 66 feet 7 inches, Jess Belzil, third, 62 feet 3 inches; Javelin Jess Belzil, second, 78 feet 8 1/2 inches. At Merrimack Valley, the Cougars received a total of three, first place finishes. The premiere performance on the girls’ side came when Lady Cougar Olivia Planty hopped-skipped-jumped her way into the Campbell school record books by registering a triple jump distance of 32 feet 6 inches. For the boys, John Cialek matched his female counterpart’s accomplishment by making his own mark in the CHS record books. Cialek, established a new school record in the 110 hurdles, by winning the event in a time of 15.38, seconds. Cialek continued his hurdling excellence by following up the new record with a win in the 300-meter hurdles (44.18). Two other Campbell medal winners included Brianna Silick whose distance of 14 feet 3 1/2 inches earned her, second, place in the long jump while Ashley Gannon took, third, place in the 300 hurdles with a time of 51.94.
Brianna Silick (shown here at a CHS event) finished in first place with a distance of 15 feet 5 inches at last week’s meet in Gilford
Lady Broncos on a Roll
by Sue LaRoche Alvirne improved their record to 5-1 on the season with victories over Concord and Pinkerton on Wednesday and Friday, April 18 and 20. On Wednesday, April 18, the Broncos traveled to Concord and in a re-match of last year’s Division 1 finals, they easily handled Concord handing them an 8-0 shutout. Taylor Carbone pitched a three hit shutout striking out five en route to the victory. The Broncos had 15 hits in the game. Chelsey Drew had three hits and three RBIs and Carbone added two hits and two RBIs. Kaycee Carbone and Brooke Kennedy also added three hits apiece and Nicole Abreu added two hits for the lady Broncos.
Alvirne continued their winning ways on Friday, April 20 when they handled visiting Pinkerton 3-0. Carbone again pitched seven innings scattering five hits and not allowing any runs. She added nine strikeouts and did not walk a batter. The Broncos scored one run in the first inning and two runs in the fourth and the defense held the Astros hitless. Taylor Carbone went 2 for 3 with a single and double and had 1 RBI followed by Chelsey Drew who had a double and an RBI. Kaela Craven also went 1-2 with a double and an RBI.
Alvirne will host Bishop Guertin on April 27 and Manchester Memorial on May 2.
Level 5 team with their eighth place award submitted by Mary Alice Boone
Spectrum Gymnasts recently competed in the 2012 New Hampshire State Meet held in Stratham on March 31 and April 1, many closing out their 2011-2012 competitive season with some strong performances. Highlights included a ninth place team finish for the Level 4 team and an eight place team finish for the Level 5 team. Congratulations to all Spectrum gymnasts on a successful season! Results for Litchfield and Windham gymnasts: Level 4: Aislinn Milner of Windham - 11th vault, 10th floor (9.15), fifth on bars (9.4) and 12th
All-Around (36.375). Level 5: Samantha Parzych of Litchfield - third on beam, second floor, second bars (9.1), first on vault and first All-Around (34.925), Heather Mason – sixth on beam (9.175), seventh on bars and All-Around (34.375), Kathryn Boone of Windham – eighth on vault, fourth on beam (9.075), third on bars (9.275), second on floor (9.025) and third All-Around (35.875). Level 7: Christina Marra of Litchfield – ninth on floor (9.075), first on vault (9.325) and All-Around (33.80)
Hudson Gymnasts ‘Tuning Up’ for States
submitted by Anne Boulia The Prep-Optional Teams from Nashua School of Gymnastics traveled to Phantom Gymnastics in Hampstead on April 15. There they competed in the Xcel meet which was a tune up meet for NH States to be held in May. The scores for the Hudson area gymnasts are: Prep-Optional Rookie, Junior B Age Division: Kaelyn Gagnon had an all-around score of 36.10 (fifth, tie). She scored 8.85 on vault, 9.05 (eighth) on bars, 8.80
(fourth, tie) on beam, 9.40 (fourth, tie) on floor. Intermediate: Junior A Age Division: Olivia Christino had an all-around score of 32.10. She scored 8.20 on vault, 8.125 on bars, 7.25 on beam, and 8.525 on floor.
Senior Age Division: Shelby Kingsley scored 8.50 (seventh) on bars and 8.05 (eighth, tie) on beam. Advance: Senior Age Division: Hailey Boulia scored 7.85 on bars and 7.00 on beam.
Staff photos by Marc Ayotte
| Page 2
| Page 3
| Page 4
| Page 5
| Page 6
| Page 7
| Page 8
| Page 9
| Page 10
| Page 11
| Page 12
| Page 13
| Page 14
| Page 15
| Page 16
| Page 17
| Page 18
| Page 19
| Page 20